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  • Wanted & Recommendations

    Best up to date property investing books?

    Can someone with experience in property investing recommend a property Investment book which is accurate, honest, and gives great information on how to build a property portfolio in today's world in the UK?

    Thank you

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    A good one would need to cover taxation for lower and higher rate tax payers as both have different drawbacks and opportunities.

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    Learn Change and Adapt ?????

    All comments are for casual information purposes only. If you wish to rely on any advice I have given please ensure you obtain independent specialist advice from a third party. No liability is accepted for comments made.


    `Real Estate Riches`  by Dolf de Roos

    Its an easy on the eye read

    It will give you the big scale why but only some of the detail on the how

    When the why is fully understood  you can also of course check out the how with other good books recommended here.

    The scene is changing so fast that many new books will be dated in a year if they talk specifics

    The why is what made me want to fully commit though. Much of its sentiment is timeless 

    The rest is just the day to day mechanics in getting the job done

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    Jonathan Clarke. http://www.buytoletmk.com

    With the velocity of market, legislation, and regulation changes, I am not sure whether any book can be truly up to date!

    Perhaps magazines like Landlord Investor Magazine and Property Investor News would be good to subscribe to, as magazines can be more topical.

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    Go to the Landlord Investment Show in London on 21st Mar or save a day in future near where you live.

    You will find a lots of information there including seminars and books, given out LRC.

    Vanessa is regular there as well as she will tell you.

    https://www.landlordinvestmentshow.co.uk...n-21-march

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